Husband and wife team open regenerative medicine clinic in New Haven

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August 26, 2022 // // NEW HAVEN, Conn. – QC Kinetix recently opened in New Haven with more clinics in the works. They offer one of the most advanced regenerative medicine protocols in central Connecticut.

Emily and Gregg Nardone bring these alternative treatments to Connecticut with both a healthcare and business background. Emily has seen the ins and outs of the healthcare industry during her time in communications for healthcare systems. QC Kinetix opened on August 5 in its first clinic in New Haven. The couple aims to change the life of the community through this treatment.

“Everyone should have access to these life-changing treatments, not just celebrities or professional athletes,” says Emily. “So many people don’t even know about this alternative to the scalpel or taking painkillers. We are here to change that.

From running around the neighborhood to hiking on mountain excursions, the Nardones lead a very active life with their two children. They are involved in their community and look forward to joining QC Kinetix in New Haven. They plan to partner with local pain management specialists, such as physiotherapists or chiropractors.

“We are here to work together as a community to improve everyone’s quality of life,” says Gregg. “QC Kinetix has been changing lives for five years and we plan to continue to do so. We are already seeing results in our first few weeks.

QC Kinetix uses all-natural biological protocols to stimulate the body to repair or heal its own damaged tissues and joints. It is an alternative to surgery, NSAIDs and painkillers which mask the pain but do not solve the problem. For patients seeking relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injury, chronic joint pain, or hip, knee, back, or shoulder pain, regenerative procedures are the next frontier of treatment.

Former Dallas Cowboys great and NFL MVP Emmitt Smith is the official spokesperson for QC Kinetix. He knows firsthand the need for innovative chronic pain treatments that help people return to an active lifestyle. Previously, only elite athletes like Smith had access to regenerative medicine treatments, but growth and innovation in the field have made treatments available to everyone.

“We’ve seen regenerative medicine work for our friend personally and know it can help anyone, from retirees trying to lead active lives, to athletes and industrial workers who can’t afford a long surgical recovery,” says Emily.

Regenerative medicine can be used to treat a wide variety of health issues. In addition to treating joint pain, the Nardones and their team are excited to begin offering hair restoration treatment options for both men and women in the near future.

Scott Hoots, CEO of Charlotte-based QC Kinetix, is confident that the Nardones and their team will be a tremendous asset to the QC Kinetix franchise.

QC Kinetix is ​​a type of concierge medicine, which continues to grow in popularity. There are no difficulties of dealing with insurance companies. Patients pay in cash and benefit from very high level care and services with state-of-the-art treatments. Each patient receives quality time with their medical provider and a personalized treatment plan based on their diagnosis and medical condition.

QC Kinetix New Haven operates at 1 Long Wharf Dr., Suite 303 New Haven, CT 06511.




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